In a machiya the zashiki (or guest room) is the room to receive your guests. The machiya where we live in has a very nice zashiki, which we use as the actual living, and hang out when we have guests.
You can’t go to Japan without experiencing tea culture. Last Friday we escaped Kyoto and went off the grid to Obubu Tea Farms.
Last two weeks the Rakumachirakuya festival is being held throughout Kyoto. Activities ranging from a cooking class to an insight lecture into working with roof tiles are held in kyo-machiya’s to promote machiya culture.
Anewal gallery hosts the himenos exhibition this week with music, photographs, wooden crafts work and objets trouves.
Painting the mountain with the moon
Painting a line – walking as experimentation
Up and down
Presentation @Art Safiental 2020